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07.02.2018 0

Polish packaging division greatly expanded by summer 2018

A 40% capacity expansion is planned just three years after the start of the Polish packaging division. The Radomsko production site, located between Lodz and Krakow, will get an extra hall after the summer. The current machine park will be supplemented with additional machines, good for 30 million m² of corrugated cardboard packaging, and 15 additional employees. 

Rapid growth through international customers

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17.01.2018 0

New paper machine planned by VPK Packaging Group

VPK Packaging Group plans to invest in a new paper machine for light weight recycled containerboard to strengthen its sustainable resource management.

Following acquisitions and organic growth, VPK’s packaging division has experienced a significant expansion. Recent acquisitions include ICS Europaks in Ireland (2015), Peterson in Scandinavia (2016), SolidPack in the Netherlands (2017) and a participation in Corrboard in the United Kingdom (2017).

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04.10.2017 0

VPK invests in CorrBoard

VPK Packaging Group NV (VPK) has announced investment in a 30% stake of CorrBoard UK Ltd, the privately owned corrugated sheet manufacturer located in North Lincolnshire, United Kingdom, by capital increase and acquisition of CSI’s stake in the consortium.

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10.08.2017 0

Significant benefits thanks to upgrade PM6

VPK's Paper Machine 6 in Oudegem has undergone an extensive upgrade. Stock preparation, production speed and the winder have all been updated, resulting in lots of benefits for Belgian paper production.


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13.04.2017 0

VPK and Klingele invest in Peterson

Six months after the acquisition of Peterson by VPK Packaging Group, Klingele and VPK have announced that they will join forces to continue investing in the Scandinavian business unit.
In October 2016, the Scandinavian packaging group Peterson was acquired by VPK Packaging Group from its previous owner, Pemco. The Peterson group manufactures corrugated cardboard packaging in six sites in Norway, Sweden and Denmark, achieving a total turnover of EUR 160 million.

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